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« on: November 21, 2013, 01:37:06 PM »

Hello and big hugs to all of you here smiley Im glad i joined this forum.I started working on fractals about 1month ago..i started with Ultra Fractal,tried Apophysis but finally discovered Mandelbulb 3D ang got stuck with the software. Eversince, i ve watched some tutorials,learned a bit about how the software works and i really try to achieve the art i have in my mind. smiley smiley smiley But still,im going  through a lot of thinking and questioning..i cant understand how i can create my own formulas and staff that look awesome  , i think thats because im not good in understanding math..so i would be glad if any of you guys out there give me a hand !!!it would be really appreciable smiley Thanks in advance and really glad found you!
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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2013, 10:40:55 PM »

Hello and big hugs to all of you here smiley Im glad i joined this forum.I started working on fractals about 1month ago..i started with Ultra Fractal,tried Apophysis but finally discovered Mandelbulb 3D ang got stuck with the software. Eversince, i ve watched some tutorials,learned a bit about how the software works and i really try to achieve the art i have in my mind. smiley smiley smiley But still,im going  through a lot of thinking and questioning..i cant understand how i can create my own formulas and staff that look awesome  , i think thats because im not good in understanding math..so i would be glad if any of you guys out there give me a hand !!!it would be really appreciable smiley Thanks in advance and really glad found you!
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Hello and welcome to the forums   afro

Glad to see you're enjoying yourself.  Unfortunately, MB3D does not allow creating your own formulas, but many possibilities exist using the existing formulas.  Feel free to browse the galleries, as many of us post parameters with our images and that should help you get an idea of how best to use the formulas provided.

If you see any images you really like, but no parameters are given, try asking the artist who posted the image if they would be willing to share them to help you learn.  I usually post parameters with all of my images and would gladly share parameters for any not posted if I can find them  (I am very disorganized with such things!).  

Have fun and feel free to post your work.  If you have any specific questions, do ask  (asking how to "create ... stuff that looks awesome" is a bit too vague and subjective to even attempt to give an answer).
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